Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

Grants & Funding

On these pages you will find information from NIA's Division of Extramural Activities, including the many Research Grant Mechanisms and programs for Small Businesses. In addition, you can find out about the process of getting an NIH grant and learn about Scientific Review at NIA, including whether your application will be assigned to NIA for review or to the Center for Scientific Review. These pages will also help you learn about NIA policies that apply to our grant activities and find links to sites that address applicable NIH policies. Read How to Find NIA Funding Opportunities.

Road with arrows pointing forward.

Funding Opportunities from NIA

Visit the NIH Grants Guide to find NIA funding opportunities.

Researchers discussing N I A funding policies

Inside NIA: A Blog for Researchers

Read the Inside NIA blog for info on NIA funding, training, pay lines, and more.

Scientific reviewers at the National Institute on Aging.

Scientific Review at NIA

The Scientific Review Branch is responsible for the initial peer review of research applications assigned to NIA.

Row of Microscopes at NIA

NIA-Specific Funding Policies

Get information on funding policies at NIA.

NIA trains early career researchers for careers in aging research.

Training & Career Development

Access NIA's portal for training and career development opportunities in aging research.

Applicants discussing small business opportunities.

Small Business Opportunities

Funding innovation for healthy aging.

NIH-funded Researcher reviewing data.

NIH Funding Policies

Learn about the process of getting an NIH grant, and find Info from NIH that is relevant to NIA funding applicants & grantees.

Researcher doing a delicate procedure with tweezers.

Research Grant Mechanisms

Get information on NIA-supported research grant mechanisms.

Light bulb in front of a chalkboard

Research and Funding FAQs

Read commonly asked questions about research and funding at NIA.

An official website of the National Institutes of Health